The 5G Observatory will be holding its 5th Stakeholder Workshop online on Thursday, 26th October between 10:30 – 13:30.
The project is part of a €8.1 billion EU initiative to fund the development of microelectronics and communication technologies.
The corneal surgery was completed successfully over a 5G connection at the Bari Polyclinic in Italy.
For the test Telekom equipped a rooftop location in the town of Alzey in Rheinhessen with a 6 GHz antenna. In addition, an antenna was mounted that is already used today for the 5G mobile communications standard and transmits via the 3.6 GHz frequency band.
The Spanish government intends to launch the funding call at the end of September.
Telefonica, operating in Spain as Movistar, has reportedly activated its first mmWave antennas in Valencia.
Chinese technology company Huawei has filed a lawsuit at Lisbon Circle Administrative Court against a resolution that prevents operators from using “high-risk” equipment in 5G mobile networks.
The operator has been selected by Eurogate Terminals to build the networks.
Swiss telecoms regulator the Federal Office of Communications (Ofcom) is planning to make the 3400 MHz-3500 MHz range available for private 5G mobile networks on January 1, 2024.
A network slicing trial results in Norwegian Armed Forces’ mobile traffic being separated from other traffic in Telia Norway’s national 5G network, ensuring secure communication.
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